Climate Skeptics weak on „Climate Criminals“
Posted 05 March 2016, amended 30 March
Not Adolf Hitler war against the entire world from 1939 to 1945 is investigated as climate crime (see previous post), but U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ): refers Exxon “climate crime” to FBI for decision on action. This comes only two months after a ‘Wanted’ campaign targeted Climate Criminals at Paris summit” (see WUWT). It couldn’t be much nastier. Unfortunately it is a failure of reasonable scientists and skeptics alike. Had Adolf Hitler been identified as the “First Climate Criminal “ many decades ago James Hansen would not have had a chance to testify to US Congress on 23 June 1988 that CO2-global-warming was underway.
|February 2016||Central Europe – February 1940|
Worst; when paying a visit to Capitol Hill on 23 June 2008, he not only celebrated his testimony in 1988, but told the audience:
“CEOs of fossil energy companies know what they are doing and are aware of long-term consequences of continued business as usual. In my opinion, these CEOs should be tried for high crimes against humanity and nature.”
Reported by NYT
Hansen’s receivable bears fruit. At COP21 the global citizens movement AVAAZ published a dossier (see WUWT) about:
“The seven most insidious fossil fuel lobbyists in Paris to weaken attempts to agree a global climate deal have been named and shamed as ‘climate criminals’ “.
In this respect James Hansen’s incapability and unwillingness to investigate the climatic change towards a global cooling since war winter 1939/40, which reflects the grand failure of climatology to name Adolf Hitler as the First Climate Criminal”. Concerning this gross negligence, skeptics should have demanded from Hansen and his colleagues clarification and explanation since long.
NYT (underline added): http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/06/23/are-big-oil-and-big-coal-climate-criminals/?_r=0
AVAAZ dossier: http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/12/07/climate-skeptics-in-paris-branded-as-criminals-wanted-posters-go-up-in-the-city/
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